IEEE Pervasive Computing (Impact Factor: 4.4) has just release Issue 3 of 2020 with a Special Issue on Personalised Pervasive Health.
Imagine personalised health assistance that is omnipresent and continuously available to everyone while being intelligible – we are working to realise this vision.
Klicken Sie hier für die deutsche Version. Purpose of the study This project aims to collect and analyse bowel sound emitted from the abdomen during digestion. Data will be recorded and saved by the GastroDigitalShirt prototype. The collected bowel sounds will be analysed to extract indicators of gu...
Paper: Estimating wearable motion sensor performance from personal biomechanical models and sensor data synthesis
In the paper “Estimating wearable motion sensor performance from personal biomechanical models and sensor data synthesis”, we present a fundamentally novel simulation methodology to estimate the performance of wearable motion sensors using personalised biomechanical models and sensor data synt...
CDH has an opening for a doctoral researcher, see: PhD position in wearable computing and 3D modelling.
CodeCamp:N interviewed Professor Amft on digital health, research done at CDH, and prospects of how digital technology supports human health and medicine.